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  • 448 If the city as purchaser at a tax sale becomes the registered owner of a parcel under the provisions of this Act, the city, may, in order to get vacant possession thereof, give to any occupant of such parcel four weeks’ notice of its intention to sue out a writ of possession in the Supreme Court of British Columbia, and unless in the meantime the occupant registers a certificate of pending litigation against the parcel, the city shall, without any order for that purpose, be entitled to sue out such writ of possession immediately upon the expiration of the said period of four weeks on filing an affidavit showing due service of such notice.

1953-55-448; 1992-55-2.